May 23, 2022

Plateau Lawmaker Wows Constituents with Many Projects


A lawmaker representing Bokkos constituency in the Plateau State House of Assembly, Hon. Amurudu Usaini has surprised his constituents with numerous projects that have direct impact to their well being.

This was proof at the phase1 commissioning of the many projects that cut across the 20 electoral wards in the constituency by government and other critical stakeholders of the local government area.

According to Hon. Amurudu Usaini, the projects are in fulfillment of his campaign promises to the people best on the critical needs of their communities as demanded by the people and witnessed by him.

The Clinic Commissioned at Hokk

“During the period of campaigning, I had the privilege of touring the length and breath of all the 20 wards in my constituency. It was during those days that I was opportune to see for myself and to hear firsthand the innermost heart desires of my people” he said.

Amurudu who received a rosy welcome in all the communities, said the projects are a proof of his stewardship which came out of his sheer commitment to serve his people with all sense of responsibility and integrity aside his primary assignment of lawmaking.

While appreciating the trust accorded him by the people, he assured them of his continued commitment to serve them by lobbying and bringing more developmental projects to his constituency.

Stakeholders who spoke at the 3 day commissioning tour, said they are pleased with the developmental projects of the member and called on the constituents to give him all the needed cooperation to succeed in his vision.

A Police outpost at Richa to address security needs of the people

Part of the visit took the lawmaker and his team over one hour ride through rocky roads on motorcycles to reach Hokk, one of the communities which was his sixth visit to commission the first ever Government project in the history of the community.

The Community leader, Chief Gomis Ngomwan said when the member made the promise during campaign and his people where clapping, they thought it was a usual political statement and even when they came after election asking him for land for the clinic, he doubted them. He expressed happiness saying during his 36 years reign as the Village Head, he is finally witnessing the commissioning of a project in his community for the first time.

Acting President of Bokkos traditional Council, the Saf-Kulere, HRH. Lawrence Aizat applauded the lawmaker for all the projects and the state government for creating the enabling environment for development to thrive across the state.

SGS, Prof. Danladi Atu commissioning the Police outpost on behalf of Governor Simon Lalong

The constituency projects commissioned includes 10 classrooms, Examination hall and Laboratory in different communities, construction and rehabilitation of 6 Clinics, 2 Police Outpost, 9 Hand pump boreholes, 6 Box Culverts and lobbying for Communication Network Antenna and Equipment in 7 communities.

Others are rehabilitation, maintenance and repairs of 46 units of broken-down hand pump boreholes across the constituency.

Plateau State Governor, Simon Lalong and the Speaker of the State Assembly, Yakubu Sanda commissioned most of the projects through their representatives, Secretary to the State Government, Prof. Danladi Atu and the Deputy Majority Leader of the Assembly, Wallok Goma among other stakeholders.

The lawmaker is trusting God for the second phase of constituency projects commissioning in no distant time.